More and more companies are establishing bring-your-own-device policies. Once they get past the initial security concerns, most company leaders are finding little downside to allowing employees to use their own smartphones and tablets for work.
Bring-your-own-devices policies should clearly state who can use personal devices for work, what devices they may use, what carriers they may use, and who is responsible for overages if they occur.
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